Agreed-Upon Procedures

Audits, Reviews, and Compilations
Agreed-Upon Procedures
Employee Benefit Plans

You Decide

Your company may not need an audit, but would greatly benefit from an Agreed-Upon Procedure (AUP) engagement to satisfy vendors, advance a business transaction, or to assure management that select financial reporting processes and controls are aligned with company goals and objectives.

The team at Waldron Rand applies industry expertise and the highest of technical standards to every AUP engagement. Our executive team partners with management to define the necessary agreed-upon procedures and works diligently to present findings that entail meaningful information and value-added solutions. An AUP engagement is not an audit; therefore, you decide what type of procedures you want performed based on your specific issue or need.

Although the final report does not express an opinion, it can result in enhanced accounting practices and procedures that greatly contribute to the overall success of your business.

Examples of our AUP engagements include applying agreed-upon procedures to:

  • Due diligence on buying a business or selling a business
  • Verifying cash balances
  • Security balances
  • Income tax provisions
  • Accounts receivable/payable processes
  • Royalty agreements compliance
  • Employer compliance/payroll audits
  • Purchasing department compliance

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